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Lots of Red Tape for Building Waterfront Projects in Pa.

One thing is clear: When a waterfront is involved in a development, it means more regulators, complexity, money and time. Even for low-impact projects.

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Managing Erie's Water Wonderland

Over the last several years, Pennsylvania has developed a statewide plan to protect water resources from being drained by competing interests. The plan is voluntary and unfunded and critics say, moving along too slowly. But there are still some ripples of progress being made in the Lake Erie region.

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Fleeting Signs of Spring Are Just One Part of A Fleeting Wilderness

It's starting to look as if spring may actually come back again this year.

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PA Opens First Luxury Lodge in State Park

The Nature Inn at Bald Eagle State Park opened this past Labor Day weekend.

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Big Efforts to Save North America's Smallest Turtle

One of Pennsylvania's most endangered natives is the bog turtle, a tiny but important species that lives in eastern Pennsylvania

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Developments Evolve in Sprawl's Poster Child Township

Changes are underway in a community that's been considered a poster child of suburban sprawl for many years.

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High Waters, Price of Development?

Pennsylvania's never seen a Katrina, but big storms have devastated communities here.

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The Allegheny Front for Week of July 5, 2006

Featured this week: A special roundtable discussion about development and land use in Pennsylvania begins our series "The Many Faces

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High Waters -- Price of Development?

Pennsylvania's never seen a Katrina, but big storms have devastated communities here.

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New Wetland Replacement Regulations

Environmentalists say they don't like a new federal rule for replacing wetlands that lie in the path of a developer's bulldozer

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